40 Best Toy Story Fan Art

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Toy Story fan art is some of the most popular Disney fan art out there! Don’t miss Monsters Inc, Encanto, and Aladdin fan art.

We’ve rounded up a huge collection of our favorite examples of Toy Story fan art!

If you’re a true Toy Story fan who loves to draw or simply appreciates good art, then this round-up of Toy Story fan art is going to inspire your creativity.

We scoured the internet to find shareable fan art and we’ve curated some truly incredible pieces of art here.

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And we hope this will inspire you to create your own works of art. Digital, hand-drawn, whatever your medium, your artwork can be a great expression of your affinity for Toy Story.

Our Favorite Toy Story Fan Art

Toy Story has become a favorite amongst Pixar fans and it’s no wonder why. It’s not hard to see why fans are as passionate about Toy Story as they are.

Below are some of our favorite fan art pieces featuring Toy Story, hope you enjoy our curated collection!


Toy Story was released in 1995 and was the first feature-length film created entirely with computer-generated imagery (CGI). It was also the first film produced by Pixar Animation Studios in collaboration with Disney.

Haloween costumes for the Lightfoot Bros

The main character of Toy Story is Woody, a cowboy doll who belongs to a boy named Andy. When Andy is not around, Woody and the other toys come to life and go on adventures.

Disney Toy Story

The idea for Toy Story came from a Pixar animator named John Lasseter, who was inspired by his own childhood toys and the relationships he had with them.

Buzz Lightyear

The character of Buzz Lightyear, the space ranger toy, was originally named Lunar Larry and was supposed to be a ventriloquist dummy.

Back in black

In the original concept for Toy Story, the toys could only come to life when no humans were around. However, the filmmakers later decided to change this to make the story more interesting and dynamic.

Toy Story Fan Art

The voice of Woody is provided by actor Tom Hanks, while the voice of Buzz Lightyear is provided by actor Tim Allen.

These are the best days

Toy Story was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $373 million worldwide and earning three Academy Award nominations.

Water for my horse

The success of Toy Story paved the way for other CGI-animated films, including A Bug’s Life, Monsters, Inc., and Finding Nemo.

Woody and Buzz

The original script for Toy Story was much darker than the final film, with Woody being a much more aggressive character and Buzz being a delusional toy who thinks he is a real space ranger.

I knew it

The phrase “to infinity and beyond,” which is often associated with Buzz Lightyear, has become a cultural catchphrase and has been referenced in everything from political speeches to pop songs.

Toy Story 2 Stencil

In the original script, Woody’s character was not a cowboy, but a ventriloquist’s dummy who had a crush on Bo Peep.


The character of Bo Peep was almost cut from the film entirely, but the filmmakers decided to keep her in as Woody’s love interest.

Let’s Go Home

Toy Story was originally intended to be a half-hour television special, but the filmmakers eventually decided to make it a full-length feature film.


The character of Andy is named after a Pixar employee’s son, while the character of Sid, the toy-destroying neighbor, is named after a Pixar employee who used to torture toys when he was a child.

A Tron Toy Story

The sound of Woody’s voice was tweaked after Tom Hanks recorded his lines, to make him sound more like a cowboy.

Fan Made Poster of Toy Story

Pixar originally wanted Billy Crystal to voice Buzz Lightyear, but he turned down the role and it was given to Tim Allen instead.

Welcome, Forky

The character of Rex, the nervous dinosaur toy, was originally supposed to be a mean, tough guy.

Mrs. Nesbitt

The animators spent a lot of time researching the movements of toys to make the characters’ movements and gestures as realistic as possible.

Woody and Bo Peep

The character of Slinky Dog was originally supposed to be voiced by Jim Varney, but the role was given to Jim Hanks (Tom Hanks’ brother) after Varney passed away.

Mondo: Toy Story

Toy Story was originally supposed to be called “You Are A Toy,” but the title was changed to Toy Story after Disney executives suggested it sounded more like a movie.

Strawberry suite

The film’s score was composed by Randy Newman, who also wrote the famous song “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.”

Look How Beautiful You Are

The animators used a technique called “morph target animation” to create the characters’ facial expressions. This involved creating a series of different facial expressions for each character, and then blending them together to create a seamless animation.


The film’s opening scene, which shows Andy playing with his toys, was originally supposed to be longer and more elaborate, but was cut down for time.

You’ve Got A Friend In Me…

The character of Woody was inspired by a pull-string talking doll that John Lasseter had as a child.


The film’s climactic scene, in which Woody and Buzz are trapped in a moving truck, was inspired by a similar scene in the film The Great Escape.

Lost then Found

The character of Andy’s mother is never seen in the film, but her voice is provided by Laurie Metcalf.

Happy Unbirthday, Buzz

The film’s director, John Lasseter, went on to direct other Pixar films such as A Bug’s Life, Cars, and Cars 2.

Best Team

The film’s success led to the creation of two sequels, Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3, as well as various spin-off movies and TV shows.

Protective Cowgirl

Toy Story was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2005, in recognition of its cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance.

Pixar kid Andy

The character of Hamm, the piggy bank, was originally supposed to be a much more minor character, but the filmmakers liked the way his design looked and decided to give him a bigger role.

Brotherhood of brawlers

The film’s production was not without its challenges. At one point, the filmmakers had to start over from scratch due to problems with the script and character design.

Down at the Western Gateway

Toy Story has been praised for its storytelling, humor, and innovative use of CGI, and is widely regarded as a classic of modern animation.

Toy Story Humanified

Inside Andy’s Mind

Cute Toy Story Drawing

My Hero…

Buzz+Jessie: Howdy Partner

C’mere You…

Toy Story 4 Cover Art

Toy Story Poster


When looking for Toy Story fan art, it can be hard to find the best quality artwork.

But never fear! We’ve curated a collection of Toy Story fan art that we think you’ll love.

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